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The Law Of Empowerment

Leading well is not about enriching yourself, its about empowering others. The number one enemy of empowerment is the fear of losing what we have.

Enlarging other make you larger.

"Great leaders gain authority by giving it away" - Jones Stockdale


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Learning to be an effective leader is part of the journey to becoming a major success & creating success for others.

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